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Trump executive order on religious liberty to focus on Johnson Amendment

The executive order President Trump is expected to sign Thursday will be focused on the Johnson Amendment and allow non-profit organizations to deny certain health coverage for religious reasons, administration sources told Fox News Wednesday. Trump will instruct the Treasury Department and the IRS to not enforce the provisions of the Johnson Amendment regarding political

Tufts and Brandeis College Admin. Promote Terrorist Propaganda, Silence Opposing Views

Sara Dogan, Brandeis professor: “Zionist olive trees grow wondrously on Palestinian corpses.” Editor’s note: Tufts University and Brandeis University are the latest two schools named to the Freedom Center’s report on the “Top Ten College Administrations Most Friendly to Terrorists and Hostile to the First Amendment.” These campuses provide financial and institutional support to terrorist-linked

My Free Speech at Berkeley, How universities like Berkeley aim to kill free speech.

David Horowitz, A full-page ad is appearing in today’s Daily Californian, calling on students to “COME HEAR DAVID HOROWITZ SPEAK AT BERKELEY ON APRIL 12.” Following this, the ad says, “COME HEAR HIM, THAT IS, IF YOU CAN FIND HIM!” Well actually you can’t. That’s because the UC Berkeley Administration, which is determined to keep

Christian Nurse Fired for Discussing Faith and Prayer With Cancer Patients

Martin Walsh, A Christian nurse with more than 15 years of experience was fired for speaking with cancer patients about faith and prayer. Sarah Kuteh, a nurse in the United Kingdom, was fired from her position with the Darent Valley Hospital for “gross misconduct.” CBN News reported that during the trial, the judge added: “Many people are

First Amendment controversy brews over Texas high school’s prayer room

A Texas high school’s on-site prayer room — which serves as a spot where Muslim students can pray — is stirring controversy. Liberty High School in Frisco established the room in 2009, but Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is concerned that the room may be off-limits to students of other religious denominations. He said in